Posts Tagged ‘karl heinz’

– By Karl Heinz – “PUSH PLAY” Filled to the brim with back-of-the-telegram vocals and dusty roadhouse piano, Bad Mountain’s self-titled debut EP is a wondrous piece of art. Frontman, and sole proprietor, Jesse Anderson may have set up his storefront in the modern-day sprawl of Dallas, Texas, but this record would sugge…

– Words by Karl Heinz / Photos by James Villa – Last month we covered a studio session by veteran Dallas roots-rock act, Exit 380, tracking the new single, “La Rosa Carlina” for their upcoming sixth studio album Photomaps.  The song defers to the softer side of the once alt-rock band, and yields their current proclivit…

– By Karl Heinz – Newest signee to our partners at Hand Drawn Records, Denton’s Andrew Tinker is compelling, earnest, and undoubtedly unique. As you can see from this cut at last year’s historic Kessler Theater performance, the man quite simply puts on a show you don’t want to miss. Andrew Tinker at KXT’s Triple Play.…

– By Karl Heinz – RATING: “DON’T PUSH PLAY” Bringing teenie-pop metal to the masses, Falling In Reverse has laid the foundation for a mainstream maelstrom on their newest record Fashionably Late. Singer, Ronnie Radke is a triple-threat with his aptitude for conglomerating screaming, singing, and rapping into one, scarc…